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03 July 2009 @ 10:25 pm
The two weeks in the American west went very well. Some of you reading my (infrequent) updates on twitter may know what animals were seen, but here's a list anyway: 7 wolves, 4 grizzlies, 4 (wild) black bears (and 4 black bears in captivity), moose, coyotes, fox, badgers, beaver, muskrat, and countless elk, chipmunks, squirrels, pronghorn and bison. While Glacier National Park and Grand Tetons are very wild and perhaps untamed, Yellowstone is incredible. From geothermal features to meadows and mountains teeming with wildlife, Yellowstone has to be seen to be believed. Really. It is going to take a long time to put together the images and words from the trip, I guess. :-)

Meanwhile, Happy Independence day to all the Americans! This photograph is for you folks.

American Mustang. Monument Valley, Utah.

Aparna: Animalsinspirethoughts on July 6th, 2009 03:14 pm (UTC)
Welcome Back!

Wow...you went to YellowStone! Cool! Looking forward for more of your posts.

I did not know you were on twitter, since your twitter posts dont get automatically shipped to LJ and I dont have a Twitter account, I missed them! o_o